Photos 12 & 12a: Diana and Acteon by Paul Manship, currently at the Hudson River Museum. Photo on right, Acteon in situ at the gardens. They flanked the entrance to the amphitheater. Acteon was actually kidnapped and sold for $7.50; the buyer, upon learning of its theft, returned it to the thief himself, who proceeded to cut it in quarters and bury it. It was found shortly after the theft and returned to Untermyer.